Chat with naughy gitls onine free no sighn up - Value not updating unbound ole object
Thanks again Did you try creating a new Photoshop file in a new record?The reason I ask is that maybe the path stored in the previous records' OLE field uses a "Start In" argument.
Other than that I am ignorant as to the control other that in the table there is a field name "photo" with image as the type of field. I don't have much experience with OLE data types in tables because I usually store the path in the table as plain text and then use an OLE object in a form to dynamically link.
So, I mocked up a sample DB and gave it a go at the table level.
The data base was on the server so no changes there.???
Ok so how do I rebuild the control and where do I reference the new version of Adobe.
You will want to have something to refer to for settings and VBA code in event handlers. Everything has worked perfectly for the last few years and nothing has changed.
The tables, forms, queries are all exactly as they have been.For instance, if you create a shortcut on your desktop, you can add an argument to have a specific Application/exe open the file.It would seem reasonable to get that error if the "Start In" path leads to a directory where the previous version of Photoshop used to exist.I was able to get the same dialog I was thinking about from the table. This brought the dialog I was searching for to select the correct reference. I actually took it one step further and built a totally new Photos table from scratch and made adjustments to all the associated queries.Perhaps the best approach for you is to make a copy of your table/DB and do the same thing I did. you can do this by placing a value in a field other than the OLE Object field or you can simply Right Click the OLE field (the one at the bottom of the table that would be the new record). I suppose if you chose the option to link to an existing file, Access will create a reference to the Default Program that opens that file type. When I got to the wizard to insert the object I got the same error.We have an SQL Server so our data base file is a file.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating